Biehl International Research Fellowship Presentations
to McGriff Alumni House
Social Science Research Abroad:
Four Sewanee students present their social science research results and travel experiences as Biehl Fellows.
"Conceptual Identities in Central Asia: A Collection of Historical Narratives and The Development of a Kyrgyz Historical Memory (Kyrgyzstan)" - Chane Corp, C'14
"Gender Role and Expectations for Future of The Young Russian Women (Russia)"- Kathleen Richter, C'15
"The Naturalization Processes and the Role of Language in German Citizenship among the Turkish German Population in Berlin (Germany)", Rebecca Manseau, C'15
"U.S. Influence on Salvadoran Political Identity (El Salvador)"- Maggie Dunlap, C'14
The Biehl International Research Fellowship awards summer funding of up to $4000 to Sewanee students for self-directed social science research in countries where the primary language is not English. Contact Career & Leadership Development for more information: x1121 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students, faculty, staff, and the Sewanee community are welcome!
Refreshments will be served.